The Mavericks are playing some exciting basketball these days. A week after hitting buzzer-beaters to secure back-to-back road victories over the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks, Monta Ellis scored 13 points in the final four-and-a-half minutes last night to lead Dallas to a home win over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Up next on the Mavericks’ schedule is a Saturday-afternoon game against the Golden State Warriors, the best team in the Western Conference. If you’d like to attend this game at a discounted price, you’re in luck. The Woodrow Wilson High School band — which includes tuba player Mateo Salmeron, son of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agent Henda Salmeron — is selling a limited number of lower-level tickets for $40 apiece, which is half off the normal price. For each ticket sold, the Woodrow band will receive a contribution toward its general operating fund.
Interested? Contact Rick Salmeron at 214-923-7283 or email@example.com.